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《Chinese Journal of Blood Transfusion》 2014-04
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Organizing and thinking about emergency blood donation in earthquake disaster

WANG Nianhong;LI Rui;Chengdu Blood Center;  
After the magnitude 7 earthquake of Lushan County on April 20th,2013 in Sichuan Province,the emergency blood supplying was timely,effectively,scientifically and orderly performed in Chengdu Blood Center.It greatly benefited from the experiences of organization and management that were constantly summed up and improved from emergency blood donation in"5·12"Wenchuan earthquake by workers of Chengdu Blood Center.We summarize new points from these experiences as following:firsly,scientifically evaluating and quickly making decision are critical to balance the blood inventory.Second,the modern information and communication platforms should be actively and steadily applied in emergency blood donation.Third,actively communicating with the media and avoiding delay the information.Finally,it is also important to give full playing the website of blood stations and official micro-blog roles.Generally,experiences of emergency blood supplying in disasters need to be continuously summarized and improved.
【CateGory Index】: R193.3
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